Equifax compiles credit reporting data from many sources and creates a credit file that reflects your personal credit history including your Beacon score. Now you can view your credit report online enabling you to monitor your credit and monitor your score while protecting yourself from identity theft. Before making major purchases, such as buying a home or car, you can see exactly what information is available to potential lenders.
Trans Union Canada is another consumer credit reporting agency providing credit reporting services to Canadian consumers. Trans Union Canada is also a great source of credit-related information.
Genworth Financial assists families with mortgages, protects families through insurance and helps customers secure their financial future.
Backed by 60 years of experience, we work with community organizations, the private sector, non-profit agencies and all levels of government to help create innovative solutions to today’s housing challenges, anticipate tomorrow’s needs, and improve the quality of life for all Canadians.
A Canadian private investor group, comprised of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and National Mortgage Guaranty Holdings Inc., acquired AIG United Guaranty Mortgage Insurance Company Canada.
The Municipal Assessment Agency is a professional organization meeting the property assessment and valuation needs of our clients in an effective and cost-efficient manner.
Appraisal Institute of Canada is the premier real estate appraisal association in Canada. The institute is a self-regulating body whose mission is to protect the public interest by ensuring highest standards, practices and professional conduct in real estate appraisals.
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories; and various social and economic benefit and incentive programs delivered through the tax system.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz attempted to ease concerns yesterday that lower interest rates will further stoke overheated housing markets.
The Bank of Canada announced this week it will begin purchasing 10-year Canada Mortgage Bonds (CMBs), a move seen as paving the way for mortgage lenders to more easily offer lower-cost 10-year fixed mortgage rates to consumers.